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what they speak about when they meet tomorrow. donald trump is going to be our president. we owe him an open mind and a chance to lead. our constitutional -- >> about 45 minutes ago hillary clinton conceded the race to the white house for donald trump in her long awaited statement, she said she was sorry for not winning the election and that losing is painful and will be for a long time but she was indeed gracious. >> the day after the election 2016, donald trump will be the 45th president of the united states, you heard from his opponent hillary clinton, who has conceded the tight polarizing race and you just heard from president obama, by winning trump is the first person to win the presidency after never having held political office since dwight d. eisenhower in the 1950s. president obama you heard
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congratulated trump on winning the white house and plans to meet with him tomorrow. emily schmidt joins us live from washington. >> reporter: matt, a remarkable hour we just heard as we have two different story lines happening in new york. one donald trump working for a transition talking about what he'll do with his transition team. starting to get special ideaed briefings and preparing to go to washington and then the licking of the wounds, the concession speeches, from hillary clinton and president obama talking about what comes next. this is a day of realizing what happened last night. >> i love this country. exuberant from the new and unexpected president elect. >> i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans. >> hillary clinton privately to donald trump last night but did
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not address the large crowd when her loss was announced. >> this is not the outcome we wanted or we worked so hard for and i'm sorry that we did not win this election. our responsibility as citizens is to keep doing our part. to build that better stronger fairer america we seek. >> clinton entered election with an edge in the polls. through the night that path narrowed and finally closed completely. the battleground states of florida, north carolina and ohio went to trump as did wisconsin. >> now it's time for america to bind the wounds of division 6789 president obama said look, it was a contest but in the end
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what it is is an inter mural not a sprint. in a contest that just wrapped up last night in which hillary clinton actually more of the popular votes than donald trump this is a difficult race for people to concede if they lost when they are on one or the other side. >> reporter: thank you. pro pesters erupted across the country overnight. right after at announcement that donald trump had won the presidency. anti-trump demonstrators set fires along the street in california and dozens blocked streets in oregon preventing traffic from getting by and protesters gathered outside of the white house, some carried american flags and climbed a tree with signs outside of the gates. this gather in florida consifted of trump supporters no problems
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at this scene and no blocked traffic here. the news of donald trump winning the election is mixed in our area. probably around 50/50 right? katherine scott sampled voters in the suburbs. >> we started the day talking to voters in bensalem. in buck county hillary clinton eked out a win but it was donald trump that took pennsylvania and the presidency. >> it was way beyond belief because nobody expected that. >> the day after voters headed to the polls, surprise relief and supporters in bensalem. hours after the nation learn that donald trump would be the next president. >> i don't have to worry anymore, we are okay and we'll get back to the way we need to be. >> people were ticked off and it's time to change. >> last night was a nail biter,
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as they watched hour after hour as the returns came down, but shortly before 3:00 a.m. trump to new york city and clinton narrowly defeated trump. >> i'm not terribly unhappy i think that some things will get done now that the president and congress are all the same party. >> scared to death no faith in him whatsoever. between his diarrhea of the mouth and the way he treats people and businesses not the best thing for america. >> clinton had a wider lead will you trump had support. some that did not vote for him are disappointed but hopeful. >> i feel no different than yesterday. the system is the system. >> i voted for hillary and i am surprised and most people in my friend and family group voted the same way. >> the time for divisiveness is
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over. >> everybody should support him. i would have supported, support the office. >> no matter who won the election, there are people that are elated and a lot of people that are devastated. the hope for many is that the country can move forward together. katherine scott, channel 6 "action news." pennsylvania senator, pat toomey was able to retain his seat in a hard fought and expensive campaign. pat toomey beat katie mcginty. 49% to 47%. $160 million was spent by both candidates the most of a senate race in u.s. history. toomey will serve a second term as pennsylvania's u.s. senator. montgomery county commissioner. josh shapiro is the new attorney general in pennsylvania. they survived the trump wave to beat john rafferty to take the
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job by kathleen kane. shapiro vows to push pro direction of constitution and consumer rights. moments ago philadelphia mayor jim kenney addressed the results, he said that while the election's outcome was not one that the majority of philadelphians chose there is an opportunity to be leaders in healing the country. >> in philadelphia our diversity and our inclusion has always made us stronger. and we'll continue to rely on that strength as we work to find unity. >> and congratulated president electric trump and pat toomey on their victories and looks forward to working with both to move philadelphia and the nation forward. from our delaware newsroom. democrats have retained their stranglehold of the governorship in dover.
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john carnie defeated republican, colin benini 48% to 39% yesterday. democrats held the governor's position in delaware since 1993. carnie who is the state's loan congressman will address gun violence and state employee health care. carnie's replace lisa blunt rochester is the first woman and african-american to be elected to represent delaware in congress and the former labor secretary spoke to "action news" about the possibility of working with a trump presidency in washington. >> i think that the most important thing to me is that i'm there to represent the state of delaware, we will represent the best way we can everything from making sure we have good constituent services. >> that indeed was last night. rochester joins a wall of
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politicians in delaware. from our new jersey newsroom. voters passed a referendum on the new gas tax hike meaning every penny goes to the transportation trust fund and that went into effect on november 1st. and voters rejected a name change proposing to change north wildwood cape may county did not pass. more than 100 person this summer signed a petition to put it on the ballot. the town was called anglesy from 1895 to 1906. they said it would be too costly to change the name. we have results from all the key races at and fine an interactive electoral college map. sky 6 hd taking a live look
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at a gloomy and low cloud cover philadelphia international airport this follows a day of warmth and beautiful sunshine. meteorologist, david murphy, has a preview of the accuweather forecast. >> the sun is coming bag soon enough but not today. right now cloudy skies and a light rainfall, look at satellite and radar socked in by clouds and the darker green that came through this morning was all together steady rain and more scattered light precipitation and out to the west another band coming through. as we go in close, most of what is falling here on stormtracker 6 live double scan this noon is highlighted in lighter shades of green, light rain like what i'm standing in now. if you get in one of those darker blobs by pottstown and coatesville that is steadier rain and it won't last much longer. temperatures right now are cool, 56 in philadelphia and the mid-atlantic region as a hole looking at cool temperatures, 54 in new york and 62 in washington
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and out to the west of us we start to get into the gust territory with the blue showing up on the map and sustained winds of miles per hour in pittsburgh. 57 degrees by 2:00 and 58 by 4:00 and the numbers not fluctuating much. and then we dip back down into the 40s in the evening hours. matt sunshine does come back aplenty tomorrow but still cool and breezy i'll have details on that and the rest of your seven-day forecast coming up. >> thanks david. rely on stormtracker 6 live double scan radar as rain moves through the region, one of the many resources available at and stay connected with each of our meteorologists by following them on facebook and twitter. one of the most respective cancer treats in the nation are honoring vice president joe
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biden's son. they are creating an endowed share to recognize beau biden, he died in the spring of last year. they plan to hire a neuro oncologist to research brain cancer that led to the death of biden at the age of 46. much more ahead on "action news" at noon, including our sloshy morning commute. which was made worse when water poured on to the street from the northeast from a water main break. and rings and bracelets and more, beautiful hand made crafts are for sale at a one a kind craft sale.
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tyson avenue is back open in philadelphia. a water main break flooded out several blocks at the roosevelt boulevard adding to the rain that was falling. cars had to drive slowly to get through the gushes water. the cause of the break is unknown. a driver was hurt when his
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car smashed into a stone wall last night. the action cam was on the scene at north 4 and street and haverford avenue. the police believe the driver was speeding when it happened. he is listed in serious but stable condition. police say a man that went on a deadly rampage near polling places in california was high on cocaine at the time and randomly opened fire in the valley yesterday. the 77-year-old man was killed and two passers by were wounded and the man fired wildly at police before they shot and killed him. the 77-year-old gunman had a military back ground and was said to be a gun fanatic. coming up we'll have another check of the accuweather forecast. a rainy day, we'll look at the cloud cover over the ben franklin bridge.
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why don't we forget about politics for a few minutes and talk about the weather. >> that is a subject people will enjoy. live stormtracker 6 live double scan shows scattered precipitation in the region every now and then it gets heavier. a cell is highlighted in yellow and dark shades of green near north of coatesville. the live image of that rain. that is the steady stuff everything else is fall ago part and is not all that bad. the lighter shades of green. the real light rain on the terrace moments ago. this is what are you stuck with and the rest of the way cloudy and damp with the possibility of lingering showers right up into the evening. let go and get you outside. there you see the clouds and there is rain falling from the clouds across the region and so umbrella a good idea if you head
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out for a stroll in the city or else before. 56 is your current temperature, the winds out of the west at 5 miles per hour. not all that strong but building and getting breezier later in the day. future tracker 6 showing that you between now and up to 3:00 there is still the chance of more showers around, by 6:00 we may still be damp in spots and the coverage of the rain is not as much as this point and it looks fade off the map by 10:00 or 11:00 and areas well before then will see the last of the showers. 58 is the high in philadelphia and we may struggle total get there could happen at 3:00 if we manage it. 56 in allentown and 56 in trenton. it's cloudy and on the cool side and it's damp with those winds picking up later on in the afternoon. 57 at 2:00 pretty much the same thing by 4:00 and later tonight we slide down from the 40s and wind up down around 40 or so for an overnight low. and tomorrow morning, we'll be
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chilly round about 40 and in the afternoon sunshine and 57. the thing about tomorrow, the high pressure helping to tlifrn sunshine will be fairly far to the west and enough room around it to get us a little bit breezy look for a northwest breeze at 7 to 14 miles per hour. not the hat or your head kind of breeze but cool. with we are keeping our eyes on this dome of colder air in canada and it makes its way towards us and moderates. but saturday only up to 50 degrees on the thermometer and a warm up on friday. and winds on saturday will make it feel chillier. today's high is 58 and cloudy skies and showers around as you just saw. tomorrow mostly sunny and breezy and cool and high of 57. for veterans day on friday, windy and sunny high of 63. and for the weekend a brisk and chillier day on saturday. high of 51 but feels like the low 40s with the wins whipping
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through. cool and breezy on sunday getting back up to 58, better weather for eagles fans and monday 60 and tuesday it looks like we'll get up to 60 degrees and clouds gather on tuesday and tuesday night into wednesday could be our next chance of showers arriving. >> thanks david. the philadelphia museum of art contemporary craft show celebrates its 40th year bringing hand made goods to the city. karen rogers has the preview. >> this is museum quality artwork? >> yes. >> known as one of the nation's most prestigious art shows. over 1,000 artists applied to appear at the event. >> we like to say it's not the biggest but the best. >> with only 195 selected. artisans from around the country display their one of a kind works of art. every artist has something to tell and the interaction you get
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with the artist is really, really special. it features 50 new artists including local artist, stacey lee webber. >> those are pennies cut up and soddered together. >> they range from decor from vessels to jewelry and accessories. >> a money clip made out of money. >> and debbie collins is bringing her hand crafted jewelry to the show. >> i fabricate the metal out of sterling or 18 karat. she laminates each piece into the desired shape. >> i have never seen anything like it. and novak featured his inspired glass sculptures. >> everything you see is done on the diamond wheel. and a whole lot of water. beginning his craft at the age of 14. he spent the last 10 years
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trying to get into the show. >> now having my own studio and having my own design i am looking forward to it. it gives them exposure and raises money for the philadelphia museum of art. topping the people scene, a massive plot leak spoiled the season of game of thrones. it appears to be a plot summary for the upcoming season seven of the hit hbo show. a reliable site confirmed the leak was real. the redditt account deleted it. season seven was the first not to be based on george r.r. martin's book and fans are eager for details. ♪ ♪ this is the official video for the rolling stones new cover of
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hate to see you go. a 1955 song by the late blues great, little walter. they unveiled on the youtube channel and the entire band performs in the studio with a montage of scenes of urban life in new york city.
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this is the way it's going to be for the rest of the day. >> on and off rain and sprinkles and gray but better looking day today. for now temperatures are in the upper 50s in the northern and western suburbs, cloudy skies and we allow for sprinkles and showers into the early evening hours, not much different on the i-95 corridor upper 50s and up to 60s in spots down by the shore matt. >> a look now at stories coming up on "action news" at 4:00.
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humidifiers are rated by consumer reports. and a fourth grader who can't go to school finds a high tech way to continue to learn. he sends his robot. that is it for "action news" at noon, don't forget to join us for "action news" at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. for the entire "action news" team i'm matt o'donnell make it a great wednesday. if you have medicare
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